The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1937 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1937
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The Aigona tapper Des Moines, Algoaa, Iowa, June 17,1937 WESLEY NAVY MAN TO PACIFIC CO AST Lieut. Mumma Chief Engineer on tJ. S. Destroyer Wesley: Lieutenant and Mrs. Albert J. Mumma took their youngest son, Davdl, 3, to Iowa City on Monday morning where he entered the children's hospital there for medical observation and care. From there the Mummas left In their car for Evanston, III., to visit his brother, then on to Findley, Ohio, to visit this granlmother and an aunt, thence to New Jersey to visit his sister, Mrs. Martha "Me- Clintock and her husband, Dr. McClintock, and finally on to Boston, Mass., where he will be chief engineer on the U. S. S. Clark, a destroyer, on its transfer from the east coast to the west coast via the Panama Canal. Their French maid. Miss Mary Crhova of Paris, France, and two other sons. Jerry and John, are remaining here until August with their maternal grandparents, the H. J. Braleys. expecting then to be joined by Mrs. Mumma and together drive through to their home in California. Braleys Hosts Druggist and Mrs. H. J. Braley entertained Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Winnie and his brother, John Ross Winnie, all of Clear Lake' and Mr and Mrs. A. E. Rassmussen of Forest City at a six-thirty dinner on Thursday night honoring their daughter, Mrs. A. J. Mamma and family. Sunday, a gathering was Held at the A. E. Rasmussen home at Forest City, honoring the Mum- mas and those present were the H. J. Braleys and Ethel of Wesley, Stanley Smith of Des Moines, and the Carl and Arthur Emmonses of Emmons, Minn. Mr. Smith was a house guest at the Braley home over the week end. Miss Helen Kent was employed at the Theron Hanson home last week. Fred DleKtnann, Jr., of Des Moines, spent the week end here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Cink and Mrs. Agatha Haverly were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cink north of town. Miss Ruth Carman, who has been enrolled as a student at the business college in Mason City, spent the week end here with her folks. Rev. and Mrs. Olaf Johnson are the parents of a boy born to them at their home in Britt. Rev. Johnson is the pastor in the local Congregational church. A group of six men employed by the Milwaukee railroad company is making headquarters in Wesley for several weeks while overhaul- Ing the roadbed between here and Aigona. Mrs. Tom McMahon returned home from the Mercy hospital In Mason City Sunday having been dismissed following an operation ten days before for removal of her appendix. Mrs. R, K. Richardson spent Wednesday afternoon at Aigona visiting at the home of Mrs. S. W. Meyers. Their husbands are osteopaths, one in Wesley and the latter In Aigona. Miss Bertha Shurman of Des Moines returned to Wesley Sunday to continue her work at the Shipley cafe, a position she held until early spring when she resigned to return home to be with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. Burch and daughter, Nancy of St. Louis, Missouri, spent Sunday at the LeRoy Kleinpeter home, returning that evening to Fort Dodge to continue their visit . with relatives I and friends. Lawrence Koppen of Aigona has taken possession of the Roy .Taylor pool hall which he purchased a month ago from Mr. Taylor. Mrs. Koppen and children plan to move to Wesley as soon as suitable housing facilities can be procured. Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Young and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews have gone to Salt Lake City, Utah, to get their mother, Mrs. J. D. Andrews who since last fall has been visiting at Tacoma, Washington, and Salt Lake City with relatives. Mrs. Herman Ostercamp enter- tanied the Women's Foreign Missionary society at her home recently. A good attendance with several guests were present Mrs. John Mullins lead the lesson with Mrs. IN A COOL BEDROOM LEARN what it means to health and work to wake up after a Summer night of really restful sleep! 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Mrs. Imogene Saunders, her husband and son, and her mother, Mrs. Riddle, all of LuVerne, spent Sunday afternoon here visiting at the Isabel Kerrins home. Mrs. Saunders was telephone operator here just before Miss Kerrins took over the exchange. Mrs. Theron Hanson and infant son, Theodore Jay, born Saturday. June 5th, returned to their home here Tuesday from the Kossuth hospital, where both had been for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson have two other children, a daughter, Carol, and a son, Valjean. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Studer. Muriel, Carla and Carol, returned home from Des Moines Sunday, the Studers having gone down on Saturday to get their two oldest daughters who had spent a week visiting their aunt, Mrs. Irene Wha- Icy and another aunt at Dallas Center. John Hoff and Mrs. Becca Weigle of Nachusa, 111., and Mrs. Minnie Group of Lansing. Michigan, spent from Friday night until Monday morning at the home of their sister Mrs. Susan Lease. Upon their return to Nachusa Monday morning, they were accompanied by Mrs. Lease, who expects to visit her old home town for several weeks Mrs. Vee Mullin and son. Thayer. accompanied another son, Victor and Leonard Alne to Des Moines Monday on their Register and Tribune trip, leaving by train early Monday morning and returning late that night. Mrs. Mullin and Victor went for shopping and pleasure visits and Mrs. Charles Loebig cared for the Mullin household duties during their absence. Margaret Fisch Of _ St. Joe Wed To Anton Weydert St Joe: A pretty wedding was performed Monday morning, June 14th at 8 o'clock In St Joseph'* Catholic church when Margaret, the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fisch, became the bride of Anton Weydert, youngest son of Mrs. Frank Weydert. Rev. Father Theobald officiated with a single ring ceremony. The bride was attired in white satin nnd lace gown, cut on princess lines, nnd wore a crown shaped long veil. She carried a bouquet of yellow Johanna Hill roses. Marie, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid and wore a floor length gown, with white accesories and carried a bouquet of white carnations and snap dragons. Milford Elbert cousin of the groom, acted as best man. A reception was given at the home of the bride's parents, northwest of St. Joe, to 80 close relatives and friends. A three course dinner was served. A wedding dance was given the same evening at the Floral hall. Aigona, with the Rhythm club swing band furnishing the music. TOP—C. I. O. organizers and Ford Motor Co. employees mixed it up In the first outbreak of trouble at the Ford Motor plant near Detroit last week. In the above picture, taken just as the free-for-all fight was getting under way. Organizer Frankensteen is taking a beating. He was later sent to a hospital, from which he accused the Ford Co. of hiring thugs to beat him up. He was kicked, beaten and badly injured in the melee. Frankensteen has his coat pulled up over his head in the picture. BOTTOM—These three men are being sought by federal G- Men as the backbone of a new gang of "Dlllinger-type" bandits and murderers. They have been raiding banks in Illinois and Indiana. Lone Rock I icinity News Items Twin* Have Birthday A birthday party was held Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Lee Estle and twin brother, Hugo Worthington at the Mrs. Lillian Worthington home. Attending were Mrs. Enos Worthlngton and children, Swea City; Merle Jergenson, Ledyard; Mrs. Carl Wiebusch. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Worthington and Mrs. Lillian Worthlngton. Guests at Seneca Twenty-three members of the local Ladies' Mite society were the guests of the Seneca Aid society last Thursday. The Swea City, Ringsted and Armstrong Aids were also entertained. Mrs. Carl Wiebusch left Saturday for Waterloo. Hertha Ruhnke, Fenton, Sunday with Elma Krueger. spent LONE ROCK NEWS The M. O. Richard* family spent Sunday with Mrs. Eliza Richards, Algonii. Mrs. Delthia Inman, Hib- binys, Minn., came home with the Richard* family, all attending the funeral of Mr=. William Greenfield, Aigona, Monday afternoon. Mrs. T. E. MrGowau and daughter, Kosamoml Cedar Rapid*, spent .Sunday at the C. E. Householders. I UtlK-r guests there Were the Cal- | via H(ju.->i-hol(ier.». the Ralph Riedles ] nf 1'Yntun, the Marian Blanchard.-., the (iR-nn Householders and Marri iii-t Huusciiolder. iJoris Hi-niiingsen and Dorothy Swift. (JratUingcr. spent from Tliura-lay until Sunday at the E. M. Jensens, being guests of Marian. The A. H. Henuingsen.s, of i irautiinger, were Sunday guests at the Jensens, the girls returning to their home with them. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt and Alr.j. Walter Sorerison, Burt. spent Friday evening at the Lyle .Marlows. Evelyn Bieratedt, Burt, and Leonard Warner, Fenton, were ia.-.l Wednesday evening guests at plaet. Tile- Lyle ilarlows were .Sunday evening guests at the Henry H irtweils. The lialph Thompsons, Mr. and -Mi.,. Ku-hard Long and son, John, Ktiiihold Person and Mrs. Anna -Vevvbrougli and son, Donald, spent .Sunday at the A. W. Lampes, Ventura Mrs. Newbrough and son. who have spent the piisl two Weeks litre with relatives, returned on Tuesday to their home in Humboldt. Mrs. August Bauin left Monday for her home at Huron, South Dakota, after a vsit at the A. H. Wieners and other relatives. Mrs. Wiener accompanied her home for a visit. Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Henry Schroedtrs were the H. A. Wieners. Glen Mino, the Curl Wieners and the Roy Chrischillcs family and Mrs. Mar- thu Ciirischilles. Fentori. The Raymond Bierttedts spent Sunday at the C. E..8igsbees, Burt. Phyllis Seegebarth is spending two weeks at the Hlldreth Pettlts, Whittemore. The Chester Almes were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Ai- gona, were visitors Sunday at the N. L. Cottons. The Walter Faulstichs spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke in Fenton. Mrs. Jim Ackerman and children made a business trip to Aigona week Wednesday. The Frank Flaigs were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of the L. R. Rodericks, Ventura. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dacken were Sunday evening guests of thei Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger spent Sunday afternoon with the Edward Ferris family, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt and son, Fred, spent Sunday with the Albert Jass family, Garner. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton left Friday for Rochester where Mrs. Cotton will go through the clinic. Marvin and Lester Schultz. Elmore, spent from Tuesday till Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz. Mainard Genrich, who has been attending Iowa State College. Ames is now at the parental Fred Genrich home. Eileen Walsh spent last Thursday night at the P. J. Schiltzs. Bancroft. Friday, all spent the day in Mason City. Elsie Willrett, Aigona, spent Friday at the Frank Flaigs. Mrs. Albert Willrett, Fenton, was also a caller there. Mr.-and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and the Lawrence Newbroughs spent Sunday at the Edward Blanchards, Irvington. Ralph Hulbert returned to his home Friday from the Kossuth hospital at Aigona, where he underwent an appendectomy. Gladys Nelson, who is employed in Chicago, returned Tuesday to that place after spending a week at the parental William Nelsons. Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough spent Sunday at the Jess Marlows, Bancroft, the occasion being In honor of Mr. Marlow-s birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huntsberry, Park Rapids, Minn., returned Monday to their home after a few days visit at the Rev. T. D. Arends home. Many from (here attetoded the funeral of Michael Flynn of Detroit, Michigan, at the Catholic church in Bancroft Monday morning. Clarence Kraft is spending the weak at the Ralph Pricbe's, Bancroft. Ruth Kraft is spending a few days at the Adloph Perils, in Whittemore. The Jack Quinns spent the week end with Mrs. Quinn's father, M. F. Kerr, Pipestone, Minn. He returned here with them Sunday to make an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wegener, sons Dale and Gordon and Mrs. Russell Thompson and son, Jack, Burt, drove to Denver Sunday to attend a Faust family reunion. Howard* Blanchard, Des Moines, spent the week end at the M. E. Blanchards. Monday they drove to Clarion for the wedding of Howard Blanchard to Aletha Fobes at 3:30 p. m. The Robert Murrays, Spencer, spent Sunday at the Charles Bierles. They also visited Mrs. William Murray. Robert Forrest Murray ONE BAG OP THE Old Reliable Acme Saves -15- Bushels of Corn A BALANCED RATION' of CORN and ACME co»t» left*— produce* more pork tiiaii any other ration. $1.00 WORTH OF ACME plus the sows' milk will feed your fall pigs until -3- months of age, wean your pigs with the sow, PREVENT the RUNTS. ACME ftd pigs weigh 60 to 85 Ibs. when 90 days old. Aigona Flour & Feed Co. Phone 257 Algona, Iowa 20-24 Ila Mae Strutter of Renwick is working at the home of Eric Erick- uon and his mother, Mrs. Alice Erickson. Coming to EmmeUburg, Hotel Kernioore, IVediuaday forenoon, June 23rd; Macon City, Hotel Cerro Uordo, TunMlay, iuiu> 22nd. Return every 28 days. Dr. J. F. Sballenberger, M. D.- The Regular and Reliable Chicago . . Disease Specialist who has «nce 1907 treated Chronic. Nervous and f i'lSClAL, DISEASES at tlva and Women BcieotlncaUy. also tUbca&es of tho Eye, Ear. Nose, Throat, Lungs, Heart/Blood, Kkln, Nervous Debility, Nerve», Liver, Stomach. Intestine*. Kidneys, ami Bladder. CoasonicUoa in an early stage. Catarrh. Waging In Vap* >nd Psafnesj. Puralyals. Neuralgia, Epiltysyi Blck Ptmaarnffli CoitreTEczema, 8erofulib Appendicitis, Gravel, Rheumatism of Joints and emu-lea PILES, FISTtfLA, FISSURETijU oth« Becttl .Dueues Treated Witlujut gnifc. Surgical Cases Given ^^ Atkfcos f\P I D i«u«ato »»•*••••• remained for a visit at the William Murrays. W. O. Flalg drove to Oskaloosa Friday spending the week end at the T. E. Lewis home. Mrs. Flaig and children who have spent the past two weeks there, returned here with him Sunday. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Mrs. John Newbrough and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough and son, Frederick attended Ladies' Aid at Irvington last Thursday. Mrs. Blanchard and Mrs. Ben Terhune were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rich, Buffalo Lake, Minn., spent Sunday with Mrs. Martha Rath and son, Lawrence. They were Monday dinner guests at Frederick Raths, being supper guests of the Albert Shasers. The Delbert Geitzenauers, Robert Boettcher, his mother, Mrs. August Boettcher attended the 25th wedding anniversary dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Boettcher at their home in Hubbard, Minnesota. Mrs. Anna Newbrough and son, Donald, Humboldt, were a week ago Wednesday dinner guests at the A. D. Newbroughs. They and the Lawrence Newbroughs were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Newbrough. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Parsons and daughter, Carol Jane, Alton, came Sunday for a visit at the Andrew Thomsens. The Thomson children returned a week ago Tuesday from a visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Stoll, Ames. The Melvin Hawks family, Mrs. Kate Hawks, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, daughters, Gladys and Kathryn and Lawrence Kockler, Bancroft, spent Sunday at the Charles Hawks [tome. Spirit Lake. Charles Hawks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hawks, who has been at the John Geitzenauer's, Armstrong, acompanied his parents home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris and daughter, Vera, spent Saturday in Tort Dqdge. Dorothy Macumber, who is employed there, came home with them to the parental Frank Vfacumbers. She returned Sunday with Vera, who continued to Jowrle. Alice Mae Schumacker, Carlisle, accompanied Vera home rlonday for a visit. 3X08&&OliXXlX^^ Ordinary cleaning and laundrying isn't enough to keep summer clothing looking its best.. . fine fabrics and special tailoring require extra care. 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